It’s time for the Presidential hopeful to share and discuss his platform on race — and understand his place in the eyes of the Black electorate. Plus, a rare endorsement from this blog. About four years ago, but without a public endorsement, I categorized the Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Presidential race as a question […]Read More ‘You ain’t Black’ Part 3: how Biden can fix the mess he’s made
Presumptive Presidential candidate Joe Biden clearly had a problem with coherently discussing a vision for racial equity with Charlamagne tha God. But why? The Vice President’s remarks during yesterday’s appearance on The Breakfast Club can be entered as evidence of a problem he has with holding a serious discussion about race in America. I’ll go […]Read More ‘You ain’t Black’ Part 2: Biden has been enabled to have enough nerve to say that.
Lawd. The Democratic Presidential candidate’s appearance with Charlamagne tha God yesterday has left plenty to unpack — and the “You ain’t Black” comment is the least of them. But I’ll cover that too. Here’s the first of three parts. Joe Biden’s words — spoken and not — speak volumes about the lens he places on […]Read More ‘You ain’t Black’ Part 1: what will you do for Black people — er, what the hell did you just say, Vice President Biden?
Even if the reigning White Supremacist in Chief has to drone “I’m the greatest President ever” from his political grave to a hypothetical President-elect Joe Biden in January 2021, White supremacy still wins. I’ll start with the premise my axiom that President Donald Trump is either the iconic leader of the modern White supremacy movement, […]Read More The Biden nomination shows that White supremacy has won. Again.
You’ve heard by now that US Vice President Joe Biden publicly stated that members of the Gulf Cooperation Council plus Turkey have been supporting terrorists in these nations’ collective bid to overthrow Syria President Bashar Al-Assad—something many of us have been saying for a while—only to backpedal and offer an apology to Turkey and United Arab Emirates. […]Read More THE ONE QUESTION BIDEN SHOULD HAVE ASKED UAE (WHEN HE APOLOGIZED)